I recently passed 10k in the 4Runner. That’s TEN THOUSAND miles. In NINE months. Let the necessary car shopping commence...
Spotted this nice driver Bronco at the hockey rink this evening. I wish I would’ve kept my ‘69!
This is an odd scale, 1:32, but I’m just posting it up because I thought it was a neat little truck. It came in a 2 pack, with a 1953 Chevy 3100, made “exclusively” for National Motor Mint Museum. These were a gift from my sister, who happens to be out visiting this week.
You knew it was coming. Sure I could break out more impressive models, but the Cougar has a special place in my heart. My 1:1 ‘67 Cougar was my family’s fun car for a few years before I sold it last summer. I made a tidy profit on it, but since I didn’t have a plan to replace it, I’m sitting here regretting the…
Some quick afternoon picks of an old play worn Kyosho. My son got ahold of this and my AA 1/18 RX8 when he was around two. The RX8 didn’t make it. The Kyosho handled the abuse a little better with just a missing mirror, exhaust tips, and a few emblems damaged. Still a great model!
This was part of the Gone Fishing set from Johnny Lightning that included a boat and trailer. The boat and trailer are floating around with the rest of the Hot Wheels cars in a bin somewhere, as the real attraction of this set is the 1981 Wagoneer.
Hey all, I’ve been absent from LaLD for quite a while, but stumbled upon Car Week! Here are a few quick snaps of AutoArt’s lovely 1:18 Toyota Trophy Truck (Ivan Stewart). I would love to get my hands on the white/orange/yellow version someday, too.
We had red tails nesting behind our house this year, so I was witness too often to how much crap comes out of em.
uFun times at the County Fair on a Saturday night.
Things in a hat, day four.
This is the last full week before my son goes back to school. It’s become a tradition for me to take the week off and for us to do fun things in the area. This year, I wrote activities on paper, and tossed them in a hat. Every morning, we’re drawing out of the hat to see what we’re going to do. Today, a trip to Chinns…
About two months ago, Scout started having seizures daily. It was a nasty experience for all involved. The vet asked if we were open to non-traditional methods of seizure control, to which we figured we’d give it a shot.
I had a rubber bumper MGB. Fun car. But for as common as a roadster MGB is, I can barely recall seeing many GTs on the road.
I have yet to see it on the road. The guy that bought it from me was local.
I’ll start off by saying I am not even within the ranks of bad amateur photographer. I have a camera in a bag with a broken lens somewhere, and normally just have my personal old iPhone 6s with me and snap pictures quickly with that.
This past weekend was the Mecum Collector Car auction in Denver. Yes, there were a lot of cool cars, but I decided to focus on the results of the Land Cruisers at the auction, mainly because the last time I went, the few to cross the block went for below Craigslist prices. That’s no longer the case. A total of 12…
Now this could be a fun little car. Price is right too, $1250.
I didn’t like the bright silver rack once I swapped the wheels out. Since it’s Saturday morning, and my wife and her mom were enjoying a sunny morning on the deck, I decided to grab some 3M 1080 Satin Black vinyl and wrap he rack. It took a little over an hour to do, and I’m pleased with the outcome. Yes, it’s a …
I remember sitting in this 4Runner when the dealer had it sitting in the showroom. I think it’s unique and ok looking (I don’t like the gloss black fender flares. It doesn’t match the rest of the truck, IMO.)
he answer is not zero.